WGLT 89.1 GLT is a university-based radio channel licensed to the localities of Bloomington-Normal in the Illinois State of US. It is also familiar in the market by its brand name which is GLT while using the tagline “NPR from Illinois State University.” The station is available to its localities on the frequency of 89.1 MHz and also got a rebroadcaster on the frequency of 103.5 MHz for the public of Peoria, helping it to cover larger local audience while its overseas listeners can also enjoy 24/7 non-stop streaming over the web. The effective radiated power utilized by the setup of the channel is almost 25,000 watts which are established in the Old Union building in the campus of Illinois State University.
The first signal of WGLT was aired on 6th of February 1966. Initially, the radio only had 10 watts of ERP to power the setup. Its current call sign means “Gladly we Learn and Teach,” associated with the motto of Illinois State University. The station had also signed an affiliation agreement with NPR, PRI, and APM. Currently, listeners from all around the world connect to their platform to take leverage of news updates, top music selections, sports feeds, business talks, and so on. The radio is working at its own, and it is requested to its regular listeners to help the channel through their funding and donations. Fans can also connect station over social media. Down below are some shows from the radio schedule